What is Hemp?
Hemp is defined as cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) that contains no more than 0.3 percent THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) on a dry weight basis.
What is Hemp Flower?
Hemp Flowers are the buds on a cannabis plant that express a higher concentration of Cannabidiol (CBD) than its psychoactive counterpart THC which is still federally illegal. Clusters of buds form on node sites on the branches and the main stem of the hemp plant. So long as these bud sites are not pollinated, the buds will mature and form “flowers”. These clustered, budded, flowers are harvested, dried and cured. After which they are ready for market to be used in a variety of applications. The Cannabidiol (CBD) is the resinous material on the flower that can be extracted, vaporized, burned, etc. It is non-psychoactive, anti-inflammatory, and anxiolytic.